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Your right about one thing, a wish is needed. This stuff is grubby.
These are a few of my favourite minifigures.
The minifigures are a good place to start in determining sets, though the same ones were used across more sets back then so it's not as useful a strategy as with today's sets.
BrickLink is useful in verifying inventories, and this site is useful if you've lost any instructions.
Then those 24 x 43 Technic Tires used in http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemIn.asp?P=3740&in=S
This is a job for Sunday me thinks.
I am really looking forward to relieving my childhood as you said @monkey_roo gonna be fun. Feel kind of lucky I have all this wonderful Lego.
I am going to post some pics of some part's in the official thread as I need a little help but what is the easyist way to do this myself? Some have numbers and some don't - Ones with number I looked up in Bricklink but the search did not return the correct part?
any tips would be welcome.
I finally finished sorting these out and found the castle
But at as @piratemania7 and @Dedgecko mentioned I found looking for smaller parts was problematic so seeing as I am in no rush, I have started to break down colour (seeing as they are all separated now) in to elements so but at this stage just the colours that are used in the castle mentioned above. That was I can pull out what I need at the same time.